The Business of Diversity Lunch: In association with Diversity Mark NI

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Join over 160 of Northern Ireland's senior business men and women for lunch in the iconic Belfast Harbour Commissioner’s Harbour Office and hear valuable insights into the compelling business case for Gender Diversity within your organisation.
We are delighted to announce that our keynote speaker will be Gary McGann, Chairman of Paddy Power Betfair plc, former CEO of Aer Lingus and Smurfit Kappa, and former Non-Executive Director of the Anglo Irish Bank and the European Industry Federation.
Gary will be reflecting on his illustrious career whilst being interviewed by broadcasting legend Wendy Austin.  He will provide key insights into today’s business world – how to become a stand-out leader and drive results through diversity & collaboration.
Arguably one of Ireland’s most successful CEOs, Gary McGann has become known for his determination to win through challenging times – an essential trait for modern business. He has fully earned his international reputation as an effective corporate leader with exceptional business turnaround skills including a firm appreciation of the importance of diversity in business strategy.
Having transformed Smurfit Kappa Group plc into Ireland’s first true multinational during his tenure, Gary is now the current Chairman of Paddy Power Betfair plc. and Aryzta AG, and is a Director of Green Reit plc. He is also former CEO of Aer Lingus Group and Gilbeys of Ireland.
Gary is Chairman of Sicon Ltd (Sisk Group) and Aon Ireland, and a former President of IBEC (Irish Business and Employers’ Confederation). He is also a Director of The Ireland Funds.  In the ‘not for profit sector’ Gary is a Director of Barnardos.
Tickets are priced individually at £55 + vat / £550 + vat for tables of 10.
April 02 2019
The Business of Diversity Lunch: In association with Diversity Mark NI



Members: £55 +vat
Non members: £55 +vat


Belfast Harbour Commissioners, Harbour Office

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